The Flying Nun

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  • TV-G
  • Genre(s): Comedy
  • Release year: 1967
The Flying Nun is an American sitcom produced by Screen Gems for ABC based on the 1965 book The Fifteenth Pelican, written by Tere Rios. It starred Sally Field as Sister Bertrille. The series originally ran on ABC from September 7, 1967, to September... read more

The Flying Nun is an American sitcom produced by Screen Gems for ABC based on the 1965 book The Fifteenth Pelican, written by Tere Rios. It starred Sally Field as Sister Bertrille. The series originally ran on ABC from September 7, 1967, to September 18, 1970, producing 82 episodes, including a one-hour pilot episode.

Original Release

09/07/1967 on ABC

US Release

09/07/1967

Cast

# Title Air Date
1 The Big Game Wednesday, 17 September 1969
2 My Sister the Star Wednesday, 24 September 1969
3 Speak the Speach, I Pray You Wednesday, 01 October 1969
4 The Paola Story Wednesday, 08 October 1969
5 Marcello's Idol Wednesday, 15 October 1969
6 Guess Who's Coming to Picket Wednesday, 22 October 1969
7 The Not So Great Impostor Wednesday, 29 October 1969
8 A Convent Full of Miracles Wednesday, 05 November 1969
9 Hector and the Brass Band Wednesday, 12 November 1969
10 The New Habit Wednesday, 19 November 1969
11 Bertrille and the Silent Flicks Wednesday, 26 November 1969
12 A Ticket for Bertrille Wednesday, 10 December 1969
13 The New Carlos Wednesday, 17 December 1969
14 Dear Aggie Wednesday, 31 December 1969
15 My Sister, the Doctor Wednesday, 07 January 1970
16 Armando and the Pool Table Friday, 23 January 1970
17 Hello Columbus Friday, 30 January 1970
18 The Dumbest Kid in School Friday, 06 February 1970
19 Man's Best Friend Isn't Friday, 13 February 1970
20 The Somnaviatrix Friday, 20 February 1970
21 Papa Carlos Friday, 27 February 1970
22 The Candid Commercial Friday, 06 March 1970
23 A Gift for El Charro Friday, 13 March 1970
24 When Generations Gap Friday, 20 March 1970
25 Operation Population Friday, 27 March 1970
26 No Tears for Mrs. Thomas Friday, 03 April 1970
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Directors

Jerrold Bernstein, Jerome Courtland, E.W. Swackhamer, Murray Golden, John Erman, Harry Falk, Oscar Rudolph, Ezra Stone, Lou Antonio, Richard Kinon, Marc Daniels, Jon C. Andersen, Stan Schwimmer, Russ Mayberry, Bruce Kessler, Claudio Guzmán, Leon Benson, Don Taylor, Joseph Bernard, Mack Bing, R. Robert Rosenbaum, Hal Cooper

Writers

Bernard Slade, Tere Rios, Michael Morris, John McGreevey, Harry Ackerman, Max Wylie, Richard De Roy, Leo Rifkin, Searle Kramer, George F. Slavin, Dorothy Cooper, Milt Rosen, Stanley Adams, Ed Jurist, John L. Greene, Lee Erwin, Frank Crow, Arthur Julian, Arnold Horwitt, Gene Thompson, Sam Locke, Roy Kammerman, Austin Kalish, Irma Kalish, Michael Morris, Burt Styler, James S. Henerson, Seymour Friedman, Krishna Shah, Larry Markes, Laurence Marks, Elroy Schwartz, Peggy Elliott, Bruce Howard, Paul Wayne, Harlan Ellison, Paul Richards, Robert White, Ralph Goodman, Phyllis White, Clifford Goldsmith, Albert Mannheimer, Myles Wilder, William Raynor, Jane Klove, Ted Sherdeman, Arthur Alsberg, Albert Beich, Joel Rapp, Peggy Chantler Dick, Stan Dreben

Creators

Max Wylie, Harry Ackerman

Cast

Producers

Editors

Howard Kunin, Bernard Balmuth, Joseph Harrison, Michael Pozen

1968 Emmy Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Comedy Nominated
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